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    • joaquim levi
    • 03.12.10 | 14:37 (IST)

    Very idiotic comment. Israel has relations with all the above countries sending help. Israel even offered help to its arch enemy, Iran, at the time of the last earthquake (they didn't accept). Arab countries declared war on Israel, not the other way round and Israel made peace with Egypt and Jordan. Now they are trying to make peace with others.

    from the article: 'We can't say that fire in the North is under control'
    First published 08:23 03.12.10 | Last updated 19:16 03.12.10
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